In gaming, Intel says the Core i9-13900K is 11% faster on average than the Ryzen 9 7950X

In terms of productivity, this difference is much smaller.

At a closed-door event to unveil the 13th generation of Intel Core CPUs, the company revealed slides (via Videcardz) showing that Core i9-13900KTop-of-the-line Raptor Lake SKU, It manages to outperform its direct competitor as well as AMD’s new top of the line Ryzen 9 7950X in games by up to 11% (on average).

The slide contains 12 games and the two enthusiast CPUs range from -1% for the i9-13900K in Arcadegeddon to a 22% advantage for Intel in The Riftbreaker. In big titles like Far Cry 6, Hitman 3 and Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered, this difference is between 11% and 13%.

In addition to gaming, Intel also demonstrated the top-end Raptor Lake CPU performance in productivity benchmarks. In this scenario, the difference between the i9-13900K and the Ryzen 9 7950X is much smaller, with only a maximum 16% advantage for Intel in AutoCAD.

It was not disclosed when the event took place, and the launch of the initial line of Intel Raptor Lake CPUs is already happening tomorrow (20). In the slides, the company leaves us a link to access and have more information about the criteria, but it is not yet available.

Intel Core i9-13900k vs. AMD Ryzen 9 7950X

The Intel Core i9-13900K processor is an SKU with 24 cores (8+16) and 32 threads, running from 3.0 GHz to 5.8 GHz and a maximum consumption of 253 W. The Ryzen 9 7950X features 16 Zen 4 and 32 cores. Threads, frequencies from 4.5 GHz to 5.7 GHz. As for memory, AMD CPUs only support DDR5 (up to 5200 MHz), while Intel supports DDR4 (up to 3200 MHz) and DDR5 (up to 5600 MHz).

Please note that the above results are from Intel itself and even the hardware used is not disclosed. From tomorrow (20) we will have the benchmarks by the press and content producers and then we will know how the battle between these two giants of the hardware industry is going.

According to the processor compatibility list published by Gigabyte, the entire line of Raptor Lake processors is much larger than originally presented. The listing shows different SKUs for both the i5 and i3 series, in addition to what Intel has already announced.

Intel Core i7-13700K and AMD Ryzen 7 7700X processors perform similarly in leaked benchmarks

Intel Core i7-13700K and AMD Ryzen 7 7700X processors perform similarly in leaked benchmarks
There is also an i5-13600K in the benchmarks


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